FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
Application Information Bulletin
APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 22, 2010
I. GENERAL INFORMATION III. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
A. Academic Requirements
This document provides applicants who are seeking admission to the
Faculty of Dentistry with as accurate a description as possible of the All applicants must present an official record of the following:
selection procedure to be used in 2010.
1. the successful completion of a minimum of 60 credit hours
This bulletin is attached to, and constitutes part of, every of university degree level studies. (For Diploma course
application form issued. It must be assumed, therefore, that all work see III. A. Note: d)
applicants have read and understood it prior to submitting the 2. the successful completion of a minimum of 2 Regular
Fall/Winter sessions or 2 sets of 2 sequential terms, where
each Regular Fall/Winter sessions or 2 sequential terms
contains a minimum of 24 new credit hours; or completion
II. THE COMMITTEE FOR SELECTION IN of the academic requirements of the University of Manitoba
Health Careers Access Program (accessible to applicants
DENTISTRY of the Aboriginal population of Canada - see Section IV.B.).
3. the successful completion of the 42 required credit hours
The Committee for Selection in Dentistry consists of:
(or equivalents) as listed in the table on page two of this
• Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry (or designate) (Chair) document.
• three faculty representatives of the Faculty of Dentistry Students may file an application for admission to the Faculty of
• Director of Enrolment Services (Admissions) of the University (or Dentistry during the university academic year, assuming they will
designate) satisfactorily complete these requirements at the April
examinations of the year for which application is made. Only
• one faculty representative of the Faculty of Science those applicants who have completed all the requirements by the
• three students, one of whom is from a faculty other than end of the April examinations will be considered in the final
Dentistry selection process. Under exceptional circumstances, as
presented by the applicant in writing, the privilege of completing
• Director of the University’s Counselling Service (or designate) one required course at a satisfactory level during the Summer
• one representative appointed by the President of Brandon session prior to commencement of classes may be granted.
University Applicants may request elimination of grades from courses
• one representative appointed by the President of the University completed 8 or more years previously (See Section V. A. e.).
Upon written submission at time of application, Advanced
• one representative appointed by the Board of the Manitoba Placement/International Baccalaureate (AP/IB) courses can be
Dental Association used to fulfill core course requirements. However AP/IB courses
• one representative of the general public shall not be used to fulfill the minimum new credit hour
requirement (See III. A. 2.).
• Admissions Officer assigned to the Faculty of Dentistry (non-
• one member of the Dean’s Office of Dentistry staff appointed
annually by the Dean (non-voting)
Where the word “University” or “Faculty” is used, the reference is to the
University of Manitoba or to one of its Faculties unless otherwise
stated. Where the word “Committee” is used, the reference is to the
Committee for Selection in Dentistry.
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B. Canadian Dental Aptitude Test
Required Courses All categories of applicants seeking admission for the 2010/2011
session MUST have written, and met the minimum results of
Core Courses (see section V.B.), the Canadian English Dental Aptitude Test
MANITOBA WINNIPEG BRANDON (DAT), sponsored by the Canadian Dental Association (CDA), no
CHEM later than November 2009, in order to be eligible for
Introductory CHEM 1300 1101/6 or 18.160 and consideration.
Chemistry and 1310 1111/3 and 18.170
1112/3 For those applicants who are granted an interview for the 2010-
CHEM 2011 selection, the best single Canadian DAT scores obtained
2201/6 or between February 2007 to February 2010 inclusive will be
Organic CHEM 2210 18.261 and calculated in the overall score.
Chemistry and 2220 18.271
2202/3 and Students may elect to retake the Canadian DAT in February
2010, however, the results of the February 2010 Canadian DAT
CHEM will only be considered in the final selection process for those to
CHEM 2360 3501/6 or 18.363 and
Biochemistry whom an interview was granted. Application forms and complete
and 2370 3502/3 and 18.373
details on the Canadian DAT may be obtained from the
Canadian Dental Association website at: www.cda-adc.ca
PHYS 1020 PHYS 74.151 and C. Interview
and 1030 or 1301/6 or 74.152 or
Physics All eligible applicants, with potential for admission, will be
PHYS 1050 1101/6 74.161 and
and 1070 74.162 interviewed as part of the selection procedure. Applicants must
recognize that the applicant pool differs from year to year, and
BIOL 14.162 and that the granting of an interview for one selection period does not
*BIOL 1020 1111/6 or 14.163 or guarantee the granting of an interview in future periods. Results
and 1030 1115/3 and 94.162 and of interviews will not be released to candidates and specific
1116/3 94.163 feedback will not be provided.
One full, university degree-level course, D. English Language Proficiency
offered through the English department All applicants, either Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents,
Humanities/ **of the remaining four full courses, one must whose primary language is other than English must demonstrate
Social be in the non-applied Sciences or non-pure that they are proficient in the use of the English language. A
Sciences Sciences brochure with detailed information on English language
proficiency may be obtained from the Enrolment
* Formerly 71.125 Services/Admissions Office or at the following website:
** Please see the following link for the definition of www.umanitoba.ca/student/admissions/international/english
Humanities/Social Sciences courses: E. Criminal Record/Child Abuse Registry *
http://webapps.cc.umanitoba.ca/calendar09/faculties/arts/arts.pdf An adult criminal record and child abuse registry self-declaration will
Applicants whose pre-dental education was not completed in be required of all applicants at the time of application. An adult criminal
Manitoba will be eligible for consideration if they have completed records and child abuse registry check is required at the time of
courses deemed by the University of Manitoba to be equivalent registration, and annually thereafter keeping in accordance with
to those shown above. Eligibility to other Canadian dental existing policies of other health, education and social service programs
programs does not guarantee eligibility to the University of at the University of Manitoba (subject to Senate approval*).
Manitoba dental program.
IV. CATEGORIES OF APPLICANTS
a. Ontario Academic Courses (O.A.C.’s) or Grade 13 courses The first year dental class will consist of 29 individuals. The Committee
are not acceptable as required course equivalents. will consider applicants in four categories as described in the following
b. All core courses are full courses or full course equivalents. section. Applicants must designate their preferred category or
categories in the space provided on the application form.
c. All full Science courses must include a laboratory
component. The Committee reserves the right to reassign any applicant to the
appropriate category or categories based on the information provided
d. Graduates of two-year or three-year diploma programs in the application form.
must present Regular Fall/Winter sessions of a minimum of
24 new credit hours of course work which are all directly A. Regular Applicant Category
transferable (not unallocated) into a university degree A minimum of 23 of the 29 positions available in the first year
program. Only courses which have a grade assigned to dental program will be allocated to applicants in the Regular
them will be considered in determining the acceptability of Applicant Category. This category will be selected from all
any particular session. applicants whose personal or academic backgrounds do not
e. Applicants who wish to meet our requirements using qualify them for inclusion within any of the other three categories.
transcripts from a non-Canadian institution will be required a) Academic Requirements:
to present course syllabi for all Core Science courses listed
Applicants will be required to complete the academic
in the above table. The syllabi must include course
requirements as stipulated in III.A. and V.C.
descriptions, as well as a listing of course assignments,
required readings, texts and labs. If a syllabus cannot be b) Canadian Dental Aptitude Test:
provided, the applicant will be required to take an Applicants will be required to write the Canadian DAT as
acceptable course equivalent at a Canadian institution. stipulated in III.B. Applicants will be expected to have attained
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the minimum scores and average (see V.B. and V.C. 1. b) by the Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
deadline date of application.
Applicants will be interviewed using the CDA structured a) Academic Requirements:
interview. The interview will last for approximately 45 minutes
and will be conducted by a panel of two individuals. All eligible Applicants who hold a Master or PhD degree, or have had recent
applicants will be interviewed on site. Transfer scores will not be work experience will be required to complete the academic
accepted. requirements as stipulated in III.A. and V.C.
B. Canadian Aboriginal Applicant Category b) Canadian Dental Aptitude Test:
A maximum of two positions in the first year dental program may Applicants will be required to write the Canadian DAT as
be allocated to applicants from the Aboriginal populations of stipulated in III.B. Applicants will be expected to have attained
Canada in the Canadian Aboriginal Applicant Category. the minimum scores and average (see V. B. and V. C. 3. b) by
the deadline date of application.
a) Academic Requirements:
c) Autobiographical Sketch:
Applicants will be required to complete the academic
requirements as stipulated in III.A. and V.C. with the option of Applicants must submit an autobiographical sketch, not
academic requirement completion within the University of exceeding 800 words, which includes the specific reasons why
Manitoba Health Careers Access Program. the applicant merits consideration in this category, to be used as
background information for the interview process. Applicants
b) Canadian Dental Aptitude Test:
who reapply in this category must demonstrate in their
Applicants will be required to write the Canadian DAT as autobiographical sketch evidence of an improvement or
stipulated in III.B. Applicants will be expected to have attained advancement in those qualities, experiences, and attributes
the minimum scores and average (see V. B. and V. C. 2. b) by which pertain to their consideration in this category.
the deadline date of application.
c) Autobiographical Sketch:
Eligible applicants will be interviewed by a single panel using a
Applicants must submit an autobiographical sketch, not non-structured interview format. The interview will last
exceeding 800 words, which includes the specific reasons why approximately 45 minutes.
the applicant merits consideration in this category, to be used as D. Transfer Applicant
background information for the interview process. Applicants
who reapply in this category must demonstrate in their In the Transfer Applicant Category, the Committee will consider
autobiographical sketch evidence of an improvement or only those applicants who are seeking admission into second
advancement in those qualities, experiences, and attributes year Dentistry and who are currently enrolled in a Canadian or
which pertain to their consideration in this category. American dental program accredited by either the Canadian
Dental Association or the American Dental Association. The
following conditions will apply:
Eligible applicants will be interviewed by a single panel to include 1. Applicants will only be considered if space is available.
one Aboriginal member using a non-structured interview format.
The interview will last approximately 45 minutes. 2. Applicants will only be considered in exceptional
circumstances as stipulated in the applicant’s
C. Special Applicant Category
autobiographical sketch (see IV.D.6.).
A maximum of six positions in the first year program will be
3. Applicants must submit official documents that
allocated to the combined Canadian Aboriginal Applicant and
demonstrate an acceptable level of performance in all of
Special Applicant Categories, with a maximum of two positions the pre-requisite requirements for entrance to first year
being allocated to the Canadian Aboriginal Applicant Category. Dentistry at the University of Manitoba.
The Special Applicant Category will consist of applicants who:
4. Applicants must submit official transcripts that demonstrate
1. hold a Master or PhD degree at time of application.
an acceptable level of academic performance in dental
Preference will be given to applicants holding courses completed to date.
Master or PhD degrees that have been obtained in a
health related field, or 5. Applicants must submit outlines of courses taken in the
original dental school. These courses must be assessed
2. have had recent work experience in areas
by the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Dentistry course
acceptable to the Committee as relevant to the
coordinators and must be equivalent to those of the
health sciences University of Manitoba’s first year dental program.
Note: Applicants who hold a dental degree from outside of Canada 6. Eligible applicants will be interviewed by a single panel
may obtain a dental degree from the University of Manitoba through
using a non-structured interview. The interview will last
completion of the International Dentist Degree Program (IDDP). For
approximately 45 minutes. Applicants must submit an
general inquiries contact:
autobiographical sketch, not exceeding 800 words, which
International Dentist Degree Program includes the specific reasons why the applicant merits
Faculty of Dentistry, University of Manitoba consideration in this category, to be used as background
information for the interview process.
Canada, R3E 0W2
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e. An applicant, upon written submission at the time of application, may
V. CRITERIA FOR SELECTION request the elimination of grades completed at least eight years
prior to the commencement of a more recently completed program
Citizenship and Residence of studies for the purpose of calculating the Adjusted Grade Point
The Committee gives priority to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Average. All academic requirements, as stipulated in III. A., must
Residents who are Manitobans. A Manitoban is defined as an applicant be met in the more recently completed program of studies.
who has graduated from a Manitoban high school, and/or an applicant
who, immediately preceding the time of the application, has completed B. The results of the Canadian Dental Aptitude Test
a minimum of two years of full time undergraduate or graduate studies
in one or more of the universities of Manitoba, and/or an applicant who, In the interview selection process applicants will not be considered for
immediately preceding the time of application, has resided in Manitoba admission if they have, in the best Canadian DAT score:
for at least two years. A minimum of 25 of the 29 positions available 1. a PAT score of less than 14 or
in the first year dental program will be allocated to Manitobans. In 2. a Carving Dexterity score of less than 12. Only the average of the
any deliberations, the closing date of applications is to be regarded as Academic Average, PAT and Carving Dexterity scores (DAT
the official date governing the determination of a candidate’s average) from the single best Canadian DAT of the last three years
citizenship or residence status. will be used in the calculation of the overall score.
The Committee does not consider, nor in most cases is made
aware of, the following factors: C. Selection for Interview
• age of applicant
• marital status of applicant 1. Regular Applicant Category
• colour, race, religion, gender, political affiliation or financial
resources of an applicant or an applicant’s parents or family a) Core Course Average
• educational background or occupation of applicant’s parents
or family In order to be considered for an interview, an applicant must
• the university in Manitoba attended demonstrate a minimum core course average, as determined by the
• previous status in earlier applications to the Faculty. (The Committee. In the past three years, the minimum core course
nature of each class reflects the character of the applicant averages for Manitoba applicants were: 3.25 (2009) 3.25 (2008) 3.25
pool for that particular year). (2007). In the past three years, the minimum core course averages for
• environment of upbringing - rural versus urban out of province applicants were: 3.70 (2009) 3.85 (2008) 3.85 (2007).
• the probable location of practice following the applicant’s These averages may change from year to year depending on the
qualification as a dentist competitive nature of the applicant pool.
A. Calculation of Adjusted Grade Point Average (AGPA) b) Canadian Dental Aptitude Test
Applicants with two years of pre-dental studies:
(2 x the average on the CORE courses) In order to be considered for an interview, an applicant must
PLUS demonstrate a minimum DAT average (average of the Academic
(1 x the average on lower year) Average, PAT and Carving Dexterity scores), as determined by the
PLUS Committee. In the past three years, the minimum DAT averages for
(3 x average on better year) Manitoba applicants were: 17.00 (2009) 17.00 (2008) 18.00 (2007). In
DIVIDED BY SIX the past three years, the minimum DAT averages for out of province
Applicants with three or more years of pre-dental studies: applicants were: 20.00 (2009) 20.00 (2008) 20.00 (2007). These
(2 x the average on the CORE courses) averages may change from year to year depending on the competitive
PLUS nature of the applicant pool.
(0 x the average on lowest year)
PLUS 2. Canadian Aboriginal Applicant Category
(3 x the average on best year)
PLUS a) Core Course Average
(1 x the average on each remaining full academic year of studies)
DIVIDED BY SIX (or seven or eight etc., as appropriate) In order to be considered for an interview, an applicant must
NOTE: demonstrate a minimum core course average, as determined by the
a. The grades from a minimum of 24 new credit hours (never Committee. Preference will be given to Manitoba applicants. In the
previously taken) per regular Fall/Winter session (September - April) past two years, the minimum core course averages were: 2.75 (2009)
must be submitted for a year’s average to be included in the ranking 2.75 (2008) 2.75 (2007). These averages may change from year to
process. year depending on the competitive nature of the applicant pool.
b. Courses graded “Satisfactory”, “Pass/Fail” will be excluded from b) Canadian Dental Aptitude Test
both the AGPA and the sessional credit hour count.
In order to be considered for an interview, an applicant must
c. Upon written submission at time of application Advanced demonstrate the minimum DAT scores as indicated in V.B. In the past
Placement/International Baccalaureate (AP/IB) courses can be two years, the minimum DAT averages were 18.00 (2009) 18.00
used to fulfil core course requirements. However AP/IB courses (2008) 18.00 (2007. These averages may change from year to year
shall not be used to fulfil the minimum new credit hour requirement. depending on the competitive nature of the applicant pool.
d. Six credit hours of core courses (the equivalent of one full year Offers for interview will be granted based on the core courses average,
course) may be repeated and the higher grade(s) obtained will be Canadian DAT scores and information derived from the
used only in the core course average computation. If more than six autobiographical sketch, in combination with the competitive nature of
credit hours of core courses are repeated (the equivalent of one full the applicant pool within this applicant category.
year course), both grades will be averaged in the core average NOTE: Selection decisions in this category are necessarily subjective;
computation only. decision rationale is neither recorded nor provided to the applicant.
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3. Special Applicant Category 4. Transfer Applicant Category
a) Core Course Average Transfer category applicants are rank-ordered based on academic and
Canadian DAT performances in conjunction with information gathered
In order to be considered for an interview, an applicant must in the interview process.
demonstrate a minimum core course average, as determined by the
Committee. Preference will be given to Manitoba applicants. In the
past two years, the minimum core course averages were: 2.75 (2009) VI. NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE
2.75 (2008) 2.75 (2007). These averages may change from year to
year depending on the competitive nature of the applicant pool. STATUS
b) Canadian Dental Aptitude Test Applicants will be informed in writing of their selection status by June
30, 2010. In order to accept an offer of admission a non-refundable
In order to be considered for an interview, an applicant must deposit of $1000.00 will be required. (This deposit amount is subject
demonstrate the minimum DAT scores as indicated in V.B. In the past to change.) The deposit will be applied to tuition fees at the time of
two years the minimum DAT averages were: 18.00 (2009) 18.00 registration.
(2008) 18.00 (2007). These averages may change from year to year
depending on the competitive nature of the applicant pool. VII. HEALTH STANDARD
Offers for interview will be granted based on the core courses average, Along with the notification of acceptance, each applicant offered
Canadian DAT scores and information derived from the admission will receive a physical examination and immunization form
autobiographical sketch, in combination with the competitive nature of which must be completed by a registered physician and returned to the
the applicant pool within this applicant category. NOTE: Selection Dean’s Office within two weeks of confirming acceptance.
decisions in this category are necessarily subjective; decision rationale
is neither recorded nor provided to the applicant.
4. Transfer Applicant Category VIII. COUNSELLING OF APPLICANTS TO
In order to be considered for an interview an applicant must meet the
THE FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
conditions stipulated in IV. D.
The Dean’s Office of the Faculty and the Enrolment Services Office are
eager to assist all applicants who seek counselling regarding
admission to the Faculty of Dentistry. However, it is the Faculty’s policy
D. Final Selection
not to instruct applicants as to a specific course of action they should
follow, but rather to provide the information needed for applicants to
1. Regular Applicant Category
make their own choice with respect to the alternatives available. The
following points require special attention:
Applicants from the Regular Applicant Category are rank-ordered by
an overall score based on the equal weighting of the Adjusted Grade 1. Applicants are encouraged to discuss their plans with all who can
Point Average (AGPA), the Canadian Dental Aptitude Test (DAT) usefully advise them, but they should be aware that second and
scores, and the interview scores. A minimum of 23 applicants will be third hand information about Faculty admission policies may not
accepted in this category. be accurate.
2. No official of the Faculty can guarantee the admission of any
2. Canadian Aboriginal Applicant Category applicant. Admission is determined by the Committee on the
basis of an annual competition.
Applicants from the Canadian Aboriginal Applicant Category are rank-
ordered based on academic and Canadian DAT performances in 3. All applicants are advised to supplement any personal enquiries
conjunction with information gathered in the interview process. A with a written request so that an official written response can be
maximum of two applicants may be accepted in this category. made. It is only these written responses which will be considered
Positions unfilled will be made available to the Special Applicant as evidence of any advice given by the Faculty and/or Enrolment
Category. Note: Admissions decisions in this category are necessarily Services.
subjective; decision rationale is neither recorded nor provided to the
applicant. IX. RECONSIDERATIONS AND APPEALS
3. Special Applicant Category A. Reconsiderations
Applicants from the Special Applicant Category are rank-ordered Applicants may request reconsideration of any decision made by
based on academic and Canadian DAT performances in conjunction the Committee. Individuals who wish to have their applications
with information gathered in the interview process. A maximum of six reconsidered should, in the first instance, submit their request in
applicants in the first year program will be accepted to the combined writing to the Chairperson of the Committee for Selection, c/o
Canadian Aboriginal Applicant and Special Applicant Categories, with Admissions & Recruitment, Faculty of Dentistry, D113-780
a maximum of two applicants being accepted to the Canadian Bannatyne Ave., Winnipeg, MB, R3E 0W2, within ten days of
Aboriginal Applicant Category. Positions unfilled will be made mailing of the Committee decision. Past experience has shown
available to the Regular Applicant Category. Note: Admissions that most inquiries can be satisfied at this level without further
decisions in this category are necessarily subjective; decision rationale reference.
is neither recorded nor provided to the applicant. B. Appeals
To appeal the reconsideration decision, the applicant must,
within ten days of the mailing of the reconsideration letter, submit
a request in writing to the Secretary of Senate for transmission to
the Senate Admissions Appeal Committee.
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The Senate Admissions Appeal Committee will only consider
appeals regarding procedural matters and not regarding the XIV. THE INCOMING CLASS OF 2009
relative merits of an applicant’s application to the Faculty of
In 2009, of the 233 applications received for the 29 positions available
in the first year Dentistry class, 85 applicants were short listed and
granted an interview.
X. TUITION FEES
XV. DATES RELEVANT TO THE
Out-of-province students pay the same tuition fees as Manitoba PROCEDURE
students. See the fee break down below:
September 15, 2009 Last date for registration for November
Yr Tuition Org Tech. Caution Endow. Misc. Dental Totals November 1, 2009 Dental Aptitude Test
Fees Serv. Fee Fee Fees Kit
Fee January 15, 2010 Last date for registration for February
1 13,595 127 150 160 175 100 12,043 26,350
January 22, 2010 Last date for receipt of applications by
2 13,278 127 150 160 175 100 11,312 25,302
the Enrolment Services/Admissions
3 13,278 127 150 160 175 100 5,543 19,533 February 16, 2010 Last date for receipt of Interim
4 13,278 127 150 160 175 100 2,541 16,531
February 21, 2010 Dental Aptitude Test
Totals of all four years 87,716 End of April Interviews Held
*Fees subject to change June 4, 2010 Last date for receipt of Final Transcripts
Late June, 2010 Meeting of the Final Selection
Estimated Book Fees: Committee
Dent I (includes Software/Computer) $2000
Dent II (includes Software) $ 900
Dent III (includes Software) $ 900
Dent IV (includes Software) $ 900
XVI. REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
Two sets of final official transcripts from any university or college
XI. INSTRUMENT COSTS attended other than University of Manitoba are required. Student
copies or photocopies are not acceptable. Transcripts become the
The cost of instruments for the four-year Dentistry program is property of University of Manitoba and will not be returned.
approximately $31,439.00 with the first year being approximately
Interim transcripts showing current registration are to be submitted
$12,043.00. An additional, non-refundable caution fee of $160.00 must
when applying or shortly there after.
Immigration documents are required if born outside of Canada.
Name change documentation is required if name change has occurred
as a result of marriage, divorce or other reason.
XII. FINANCING AN EDUCATION IN
NOTE: Applications are not complete until all necessary documents
DENTISTRY are received. It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that
Enrolment Services receives all required information and has a current
The Faculty of Dentistry wants to ensure that applicants understand an address, telephone number, and alternate telephone number. If you
education in Dentistry is available to all. Students in Dentistry have have given an email address on your application make sure it remains
over $23,000 available to them through the Faculty of Dentistry in current and that it is checked regularly.
scholarships and awards, approximately $40,000 in bursaries and
almost $12,000 in prizes. Students are normally eligible for loans from Please send all documentation to the following address:
the Canada Student Loans Program. Most major banks and credit Admission for Dentistry
unions offer specialized loans and/or personal lines of credit.
424 University Centre
XIII. UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
University residence is not normally used by students after admission
to the Faculty of Dentistry as the residence is on the Fort Garry All applicants will receive a letter of acknowledgement by February 28
campus, while the Faculty of Dentistry is 13 km away on the
Bannatyne Campus. Preference is given to medical and dental
students at the Medical Centre Apartments Limited, located at 765
Notre Dame Avenue and 2 Emily Street, or phone (204) 787-2364.
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XVII. USEFUL NAMES, ADDRESSES & Faculty of Dentistry, Dean’s Office
TELEPHONE NUMBERS 780 Bannatyne Avenue
The mailing address for the first eight University offices on the Winnipeg, Manitoba R3E 0W2
following list is: Telephone : (204) 977-5611
(Name of Office) Jean_Lyon@umanitoba.ca
(Room number and Building)
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2 International Dentist Degree Program,
Faculty of Dentistry, University of Manitoba
Enrolment Services/Admissions D113-780 Bannatyne
424 University Centre Winnipeg, Manitoba
Telephone: (204) 474-8825 FAX:(204) 474-7554 Canada, R3E 0W2
Telephone: (204) 977-5611
Fax: (204) 789-3912
Enrolment Services/Financial Aid & Awards
422 University Centre
474 University Centre
Telephone:(204) 474-8592 or
S207 Medical Services Bldg.
International Centre for Students
541 University Centre
312 Administration Building
519 University Centre
Housing & Student life
106 Arthur U. Mauro Residence
Telephone: (204) 474-7662
Student Union Office (UMSU)
101 University Centre
Telephone: (204) 474-8678
Student Financial Assistance Branch
409-1181 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 0T3
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